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Bill Huber


Events: Tie-Down Roping
Born: 6/24/1963 Albia, Iowa
Joined PRCA: 1984
PRCA Career Earnings: $702,566.00
World Titles Won: 0
WNFR Qualifications: 2 (1994, 1996)
Current Residence: Albia, Iowa

2016 world standings place: 182nd
2016 earnings: $4,919
RNCFR title: 1 (2002)
RNCFR qualifications: 21 (1987-2003, 2005-06, 2008, 2012)
Education: Indian Hills Community College (Centerville, Iowa)
Professional
2017 Highlights
• Won the Wapello (Iowa) PRCA Rodeo
Career Highlights
• 2015: Won the Isanti (Minn.) Firefighters Rodeo. Finished 179th in the world standings with $5,851
• 2014: Won the All America PRCA Rodeo (Janesville, Wis.), with Cody Huber, Finished 137th in the world standings with $7,803
• 2013: Won the National Cattle Congress (Waterloo, Iowa). Finished 128th in the world standings with $6,676
• 2012: Won the Cherokee (Iowa) Chamber PRCA Rodeo
• 2011: Won the Ram Great Lakes Circuit Finals Rodeo (Louisville, Ky.) and his record 22nd year-end title; the all-around at the National Cattle Congress (Waterloo, Iowa); the Stanley (Wis.) Rodeo. Finished 139th in the world standings with $6,740
• 2010: Won the Edgewood (Iowa) Days PRCA Rodeo; Iowa's Championship Rodeo (Sidney) and the Zumbrota (Minn.) PRCA Rodeo; co-champion of the Western Fest Stampede Rodeo (Granite Falls, Minn.); finished 143rd in the world standings with $6,615
• 2009: Won the Dayton (Iowa) Championship Rodeo; finished 138th in the world standings with $6,322
• 2008: Won the Lincoln County Rodeo Days (Merrill, Wis.); co-champion at the Hamel (Minn.) Rodeo & Bull Ridin' Bonanza
• 2007: Won the Hamel (Minn.) Rodeo and Bull Ridin' Bonanza; the Juneau County Fair Pro Rodeo (Mauston, Wis.) and the National Cattle Congress (Waterloo, Iowa)
• 2006: Won the Shenandoah Days Pro Rodeo (Galena, Ill.) and the El Kadir Shrine Pro Rodeo (Kirksville, Mo.)
• 2005: Won the Dayton(Iowa) Rodeo; the Wahoo (Neb.) PRCA Rodeo and co-champion at the Jackson County Pro Rodeo (Bellevue, Iowa)
• 2004: Won the Cherokee (Iowa) PRCA Rodeo and the year-end tie-down roping title in the Great Lakes Circuit
• 2002: Won the Dodge National Circuit Finals Rodeo (Pocatello, Idaho) in tie-down roping while setting a DNCFR record with a 7.4-second run; was the only cowboy to qualify for the first 17 DNCFRs
 
• 2000: Co-champion at the Greeley (Colo.) Independence Stampede
• 1996: Won the Rodeo of the Ozarks (Springdale, Ark.); qualified for the National Finals Rodeo and finished 15th in the world standings with earnings of $57,764; he remains the only tie-down roper from Iowa ever to make the NFR
• 1994: Tied for second place in the ninth round of the National Finals Rodeo; finished 10th in the NFR average and 13th in the world standings with $53,655
• Great Lakes Circuit year-end tie-down roping champion, 1984, 1986-2002, 2004-05, 2007; all-around champion, 1984, 1987, 1989, 1993-96
• Great Lakes Circuit Rookie of the Year and year-end tie-down roping champion in 1984

Personal

5-8, 155 ... Wife Jackie (married 1984); sons Justin and Cody ... Hobbies include ranching, fishing and hunting ... Competed in cross country and track while in high school and community college; still holds his high school's 400 meter hurdles record ... Parents, Ken and Opal, operate a ranch and a saddle shop; siblings Jim and Kim ... Favorite rodeos are Cheyenne Frontier Days and Fort Madison, Iowa ... Favorite sports team is the Iowa Hawkeyes ... Lists Mike Johnson as his rodeo role model
 
 
 
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